The Stockholm City Theatre was established in 1956. The inaugural performance at Stockholm City Theatre was organized four years later, in 1960. This theater of Stockholm shifted to Sergels torg in 1990. This new building has been set up in the center of the city.
In the initial years of the foundation of this theater, a temporary stage was housed at the Folkets hus building to stage the performances. The Stockholm City Theatre continued with its performances in this building for about thirty years. Later in 1990, this theater was shifted to a new building known as the Kulturuset in Sergels torg.
Stockholm City Theatre is one of the famous theaters in Stockholm. The performances of Stockholm City Theatre are held on the 9 different stages of the theater. These stages of Stockholm City Theatre are
known as the Stora scenen, Bryggan, Akvariet, Skarholmen, Parkteatern, Lilla scenen, Kafe Klara, Lagret and Klarascenen.
Every year, about 30 to 40 productions are staged at this theater. The theater was visited by a record number of 450, 000 audience in the year 2005. Both children and adults love visiting this theater house in Stockholm. At the Stockholm City Theatre classical as well as contemporary theaters are staged.
The Royal Dramatic Theater is a contemporary theater to Stockholm City Theatre. This theater house also receives a maximum number of bookings compared to the other theater houses of Stockholm. Goran Ragnerstam, Helena Bergstrom, Sven Wollter, Ingvar Hirdwall, Jakob Eklund and Ann Petren are some of the popular actors associated with the Stockholm City Theatre.